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Let's talk conference, or a series of events. Find what works and who wants to do it, and then #DoIt.

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Android Support Library 23.1.1 available now

This release of the Android Support Library (http://goo.gl/x0n2NM) contains a number of important bug and crash fixes, including fixes to
- Loaders in nested fragments
- Styling of FloatingActionButton on devices prior to Ice Cream Sandwich
- ProGuard usage for the Preferences Support Library
- RecyclerView swipe to dismiss bug (https://goo.gl/0kmOIk)

As well as many other fixes throughout the Design, RecyclerView, Palette, and Leanback Support Libraries.

You’ll also find a new API for retrieving header views for NavigationView with getHeaderView(): http://goo.gl/dt3RmU

Please continue to file any Support Library bugs at https://goo.gl/B8MvOe

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We’ve just released a new version of the Android Testing Support Library

This is mainly a bug fix release which includes fixes for Android Marshmallow, JaCoCo Code Coverage, Test Sharding and a more reliable way to close and synchronize with the Android software keyboard. For a comprehensive overview of the new features and fixes please refer to our release notes[1]. To get started with the latest version of ATSL, follow these instructions[2].

With this release we’re also announcing the deprecation of Android-Test-Kit [3]. We created a brand new website[4] dedicated only to ATSL. This website contains documentation, samples, downloads and more. Our support forum has also moved to a new home and can be found here[5].

The samples on github[6/7] have been updated to reflect the latest version of ATSL. New bugs should be filed against our new component on the AOSP bug tracker[8/9] and last but not least, we have a new logo, yay :-)

Happy testing from the ATSL team +Stephan Linzner, +Nick Korostelev & +Jose Alcérreca

[1] Release notes - https://goo.gl/Ry5cyQ
[2] Getting started - https://goo.gl/R3u2Y4
[3] Android-test-kit - https://goo.gl/vCPiul
[4] ATSL github page - https://goo.gl/O9C2yg
[5] Support forum - https://goo.gl/cdIrI8
[6] Testing samples - https://goo.gl/WPVFKl
[7] Testing blueprint - goo.gl/vnW7o4
[8] ATSL bug - https://goo.gl/v5n1Ot
[9] ATSL feature - https://goo.gl/M1eBfF

#androidTesting #buildBetterApps
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Seriously need to move to this Californialand to partake in such great events
Save the date! The inaugural Android Dev Summit is coming to Mountain View, CA on November 23rd-24th, 2015. Join us for 2 days of deep technical sessions from and networking with the Android engineering team. Reg details will be shared soon. We'll also be live streaming for those who wish to tune in remotely. Hope you can join us as we delve deep into the open mobile platform that powers over 1 billion active devices!

#AndroidDevSummit
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Ladies and Gentlemen, it's time to start your engines and do a git pull on our Android testing samples repository[0]!

We updated all the samples to use Runner/Rules 0.3, Espresso 2.2 and the new @VisibleForTesting annotation from support-annotations[1].

Your shiny new dependency configuration should look like this:

dependencies {
    compile 'com.android.support:support-annotations:22.2.0'
    androidTestCompile 'com.android.support.test:runner:0.3'
    androidTestCompile 'com.android.support.test:rules:0.3'
    androidTestCompile 'com.android.support.test.espresso:espresso-core:2.2'
}

#happyTesting #androidTesting #androidDev

[0] Android Testing Samples on Github - https://github.com/googlesamples/android-testing
[1] VisibleForTesting Annotation - https://plus.google.com/+StephanLinzner/posts/GBdq6NsRy6S

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Also describes usage of the Nucleus library which is pretty neat

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If you read the first article about Kotlin for Android, you´ll be glad to know that the second part is available. This time I´m talking about how to configure your project to get ready to work with Kotlin.

I also uploaded a first raw version of a complete app developed with Kotlin. At the moment is very simple, but will keep working on it: 

https://github.com/antoniolg/Bandhook-Kotlin

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Know Your Tools : Terminal and Bash
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